War in Ukraine. Map of Ukraine. The horrors of war by region.

 Lysychans'k

5 July 2022
Residents walk past the ruins of the Lysychansk State Mining and Industrial College
Residents walk past the ruins of the Lysychansk State Mining and Industrial College. Russia subjected the eastern Ukrainian city to prolonged artillery bombardments as it strangled its defenders' supply lines, forcing them to retreat.
— Photo by Alexander Ermochenko / Reuters


 Dnipro

4 July 2022
A farmer collects fragments of Russian rockets that landed in his field 10 kilometers from the front line in the Dnipropetrovsk region
A farmer collects fragments of Russian rockets that landed in his field 10 kilometers from the front line in the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine on July 4.
— Photo by AP


 Lysychans'k

3 July 2022
damaged residential buildings are seen in Lysychansk
In this photo provided by the Luhansk region military administration, damaged residential buildings are seen in Lysychansk, Luhansk region, Ukraine, early Sunday, July 3, 2022. Russian forces pounded the city of Lysychansk and its surroundings in an all-out attempt to seize the last stronghold of resistance in eastern Ukraine's Luhansk province, the governor said Saturday. A presidential adviser said its fate would be decided within the next two days.
— Photo by Luhansk region military administration via AP


 Odesa

1 July 2022
Local residents stand next to damaged residential building in the town of Serhiivka, located about 31 miles southwest of Odesa
Local residents stand next to damaged residential building in the town of Serhiivka, located about 50 kilometers (31 miles) southwest of Odesa, Ukraine, Friday, July 1, 2022. Russian missile attacks on residential areas in a coastal town near the Ukrainian port city of Odesa early Friday killed at least 19 people, authorities reported, a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island.
— Photo by Nina Lyashonok / AP Photo


 Severodonetsk

1 July 2022
Shattered City Of Syevyerodonetsk
After enduring months of devastating artillery fire, residents are now able to leave the safety of their basements and walk freely around the remains of Syevyerodonetsk.
— Photo by by Alexander Ermochenko / Reuters